There is no need to do anything for now as Airtel has already taken back its's plan and participating firms have now started condemning the same. Even Govt. has released necessary order to all the concerned ones.
Programmer : A machine that converts coffee into code !
I have seen many young guys asking here and in my social life about the future of "XYZ" including the OP below.
Though I am not the expert but I will place my advice in public domain.
I started my Job with a blank state. The company took me for my analytical and problem solving skill irrespective of the langauge or technology.
My subsequent introduction to technology was based on the Company's needs. There was a project in Delphi and told me to get ready on that. I did not object saying that there is no future for Delphi. I learnt it and did my work. Then company switched to VC++ ( when Visual studio 6 was king and I still think it as the best developement tool), so I had to dump Delphi and moved to VC++. It was the tough learning curve but I liked VC++ and did not think about the future of this tehnology when all were jumping to .NET and C# etc.
The story goes on...
The bottom line is that you cannot predict the future how the technolgy will move.If you are working in a company, its needs supercedes your expectation or desire. You dont like it, you can always move. But when you move, think if the new job will make you happy ( ofcourse money ) and give you satisfaction.
Dont decide on the move based on the fact this is more scope in future or not.
When I started my career, following "facts" were made to me
1. C language will not be used anymore
2. C++ is a dying language
3. Silverlight will rule the world
4. Desktop application will be repaced by website application.
Well nothing has been true completely.
Just remember, keep abreast with latest trends and be open minded for a change.
Too much of good is bad,mix some evil in it
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